Integrated into Microsoft’s cloud-based subscription service, Office 365 has enabled students, educators and businesses with the tools to be productive. Now available for PCs, Macs, tablets and phones, Office 2016 will set to deliver a massive revamp to their existing products – Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Project, Visio and Access.
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If you’re anticipating something big from Microsoft, mark your calendars on 6th October. They will be having an event in New York City promising to share something interesting about Windows 10 devices. Without hinting on actual products, it is safe to assume that Microsoft would be unveiling its latest Surface Pro 4 as well as its new flagship Lumia 950/950 XL. They are quite a huge deal as Microsoft’s first devices with Windows 10 running fresh out of the box.
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Earlier, we spoke about the purported Lumia models’ names – the Lumia 940 XL (aka Lumia 950 XL) and the Lumia 940 (aka Lumia 950), along with their spec sheet but today fresh murmurs have indicated that the 19th of October is the date of the grand Microsoft revealing – that’ll probably see the Surface Pro 4 also making an appearance.
Often times if you were carrying two smart phones around, it’s mainly because of your phones not supporting dual-SIMs functionality. This is especially so, if you’re on an iOS device and can be quite a cumbersome situation that has been faced by many. PIECE may be your solution – designed to look like a phone battery that is relatively the size of a credit card, this tiny device allows you to pop your second SIM card in and receive calls and text through your smartphone via Bluetooth 4.0.
Malaysia’s headquarters for Microsoft today officially welcomes the retail version of Windows 10, domestically. The new operating system will continue to enable organisations and users with the powerful tools to do great things. It is even readily available to upgrade for free to those users running a valid copy of Windows 7 and 8.1 on their PCs and tablets.
Earlier this week we reported the first 10 Lumia phones to receive Windows 10 Mobile and today we get to see a prototype of a supposed Lumia 950 XL running the newest software. This comes after Microsoft successfully launched the mature version of Windows 10, albeit some raised eyebrows on their stance of user privacy.
Running on the launch of the PC version, mobile users still are left with no news on when they’ll be getting their version. Though, there is no on the record word about the rolling out date of Windows 10 Mobile, anyone who is interested to know about which Lumia smartphones will be first to get the Windows 10 upgrade.
Many have been stuck staring idly waiting for the prompt to upgrade their operating systems, as if one was watching paint dry. But not many know there is actually a way to bypass all that jazz and get Windows 10 without waiting, with the exception of downloading and installing it of course.
Readily available to those who are on the Windows insider program which began last year in October – the much anticipated bridge-gaping Windows 10 has gone live in 190 countries. Including the lauded features from the notably clean Windows 7 and the touch-screen friendly tiles of Windows 8, Windows 10 brings that and a whole lot more. The OS will be free for those who currently have a valid copy of Windows 7, 8 or 8.1.